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Magazine articles on venture capital, private funding, incubators and the IPO process.
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February 6, 2004
Colin Haley
Vonage Rings Up Another $40M As demand for VoIP moves forward and regulators step back, investors are calling the broadband telephony upstart. mark for My Articles 469 similar articles
January 30, 2004
Roy Harris
Capital Without the Venture In today's static venture-capital markets, only the safest early-stage firms get the money. mark for My Articles 260 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
January 26, 2004
Stark & Lagace
How Women Can Get More Venture Capital What is it like today for women entrepreneurs in their quest for venture capital funding? In an interview, Harvard professor Myra M. Hart shares her latest research and ideas. mark for My Articles 308 similar articles
February 2004
Crystal Detamore-Rodman
Cross That Bridge Juggling growth and financial risk is one balancing act small business owners can't afford not to master. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
February 2004
David Worrell
Safe Bet Federal funds are motivating VCs to invest in security firms. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
January 2004
Bobbie Gossage
Charging Ahead Half of all start-ups are financed with credit cards. But be careful: Sky-high interest could bury you for years. mark for My Articles 285 similar articles
January 12, 2004
Paul Shread
ZANTAZ Succeeds at Compliance In another sign that compliance has hit the big time, ZANTAZ nets $20 million in funding. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
January 2004
Suzanne McGee
A Chorus of Angels After years of flying solo, angel investors are forming into groups -- and changing the rules for cash-hungry entrepreneurs. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
January 6, 2004
Vikki Lipset
UWB Startup Scores $31.5M It appears that the ongoing ultrawideband (UWB) standards quandary hasn't scared off investors. Alereon, an Austin, Texas-based startup, said Tuesday that it has secured $31.5 million in venture capital funding, the largest investment yet in the industry. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Fast Company
January 2004
Nate Nickerson
Intel's Portfolio Is Way Down. And That's Okay. Since the collapse of the initial-public-offering market in 2000, the venture capital business has been positively toxic. So who would keep making deals in such an environment? Well, the biggest name in venture capital these days isn't a traditional VC firm at all. It's Intel. mark for My Articles 1413 similar articles
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